The threading.Thread issue indicated below has been fixed (the changeset is
already available in galaxy-dist) and isn't eclipse-centric.
>From eclipse, how are you launching galaxy?
Personally for debugging I've found it easier to use the debugging middleware
for anything that happens inside a web transaction (sometimes intentionally
raising an exception just to kick out to it), and a simple addition of 'import
pdb; pdb.set_trace()' for creating breakpoints that I can work through via pdb
in the terminal.
On Feb 5, 2013, at 5:29 AM, Eric Kuyt <eric.ku...@wur.nl> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am Running my local galaxy instance in Eclipse - pydev to make debugging
> somewhat easier, but now I run into loads of Code errors. It seems that pydev
> doesn't understand the Bunch() Class frequently used in Galaxy.
> But also code errors that maybe could be fixed. such as:
> #worker = threading.Thread( ( name="LwrJobRunner.thread-%d" % i ), #
> target=self.run_next )
> #worker = threading.Thread( name="LwrJobRunner.thread-%d" % i ,
> #target=self.run_next )
> Are these real errors or am I doing something wrong.
> Is there anyone with more experience in running Galaxy from within Eclipse?
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